Jennifer Lawrence's family farm catches fire destroying the complex as brother ...

A Kentucky summer day camp run by the family of movie star Jennifer Lawrence has been devastated by a massive fire over the weekend. 

Camp Hi-Ho in Simpsonville outside of Louisville was ravaged by flames during the blaze on Friday night.

Almost nothing was left of the camp's main barn which was turned to ashes.

The family farm and summer camp ran by Jennifer Lawrence's brother caught fire Friday night

The family farm and summer camp ran by Jennifer Lawrence's brother caught fire Friday night

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The blaze destroyed a barn and a number of other camp facilities

The blaze destroyed a barn and a number of other camp facilities

Blaine Lawrence is now asking for donations as he vows to rebuild the camp Camp Hi-Ho near Louisville

Blaine Lawrence is now asking for donations as he vows to rebuild the camp Camp Hi-Ho near Louisville

Jennifer Lawrence has been known to stop by the camp on occasion

Jennifer Lawrence has been known to stop by the camp on occasion

Thankfully, no lives of either animals or people were lost during the fire but it took crews more than an hour to put out the flames in the barn alone.  

A woman who had been in the barn was able to escape and some small pets were also rescued.

Almost 30 firefighters and half a dozen trucks were needed to bring in enough water to get the fire under control according to WLKY.

'One of the issues with a rural area is always water supply. Unfortunately in areas like this, without hydrants, we have to have all our water tankered in for suppression efforts,' Simpsonville Assistant Fire Chief Bobby Cravens said at the scene.

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Blaine Lawrence, brother of Jennifer, is pictured with a couple of camp counsellors

Blaine Lawrence, brother of Jennifer, is pictured with a couple of camp counsellors 

The flames could be seen from miles away.  

'From the back of our house, we just watched the flames and saw the fire trucks and emergency vehicles come through,' Bennie Crowder said to WDRB.

Simpsonville Fire and Rescue is working with the Kentucky State Fire Marshal to investigate the cause of the blaze. 

J. Law's brother Blaine who is the owner and director of Camp Hi-Ho is now reaching out for assistance in the hope the camp can be rebuilt and is asking for community donations via a fundraiser.

Drone footage of the barn shows that very little was left standing as a result of the inferno

Drone footage of the barn shows that very little was left standing as a result of the inferno

Only part of the framework of the barn was left standing after the Friday night blaze

Only part of the framework of the barn

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